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Audibleecoscience is a database of podcasts on subjects related to global change biology. It is designed as a resource for the general public and for educators looking to assign "required listening" to their students. Reviews of each podcast and links to the original source have been provided by students taking the IB107 class at the University of Illinois. The database is fully text searchable or you can browse on your favorite subject...
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Biofuel

National Public Radio

A family in China measures their climate impact....

Crops and Food Security

Chicago Public Media

In this episode of This American Life, the projected conditions for climate change in 2050 have been...

Crops and Food Security

NPR

Climate change is more relevant to some societies than others, there are many of us that rarely have...

Most Popular Top 10 Podcasts

  1. PLAY:Impact of ocean water acidification on ocean organisms...
  2. PLAY:Rethinking the concept of wild places and nature in the age of climate change....
  3. PLAY:This podcast is an interview with Alan Weisman about his new book "Countdown", in which overpopulati...
  4. PLAY:Professor Eric Post of biology at Pennsylvania State University explains how climate change in the A...
  5. PLAY:Richard Norris describes how what we know about past oceans can help predict marine conditions in a ...
  6. PLAY:Jonathon Foley discusses the intersections of the growing food demand, agriculture effect on climat...
  7. PLAY:Using climate events from the Cenozoic era, researchers are predicting what the world will look like...
  8. PLAY:Alan Weisman discusses the numerous ramifications that an ever-increasing population will have on th...
  9. PLAY:This is a TED talk by Cary Fowler about the importance of crop security. Fowler talks about how and ...
  10. PLAY:Ferran Garcia-Pichel predicts how soil microbes will respond to temperature changes across the globe...
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